Seminars

WFCB seminars will be meeting on zoom for Spring quarter. Although we are not meeting in person, WFCB seminars are still a great way to stay connected with our WFCB community and hear some of the research happening in and around the department

WFCB Seminar Series
When: Wednesdays, 4:10 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Where: On Zoom (passcode: wildlife)

Need to call in? +1 669 900 6833 (passcode: 94512365)

Interested in presenting? Please contact Daniel Karp (dkarp@ucdavis.edu)

March 30th, 2022

Joe Merz
President, Cramer Fish Sciences and Research Affiliate, Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology
Talk: River restoration value: examples from a single species approach

Austin Spence
Postdoctoral Scholar, Karp Lab, Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology
Talk: Late-summer temperature anomalies drive population change at avian range margins

Kent Laudon
Senior Environmental Scientist Specialist, California Department of Fish and Wildlife
Talk: Dancing with Wolves: A Choreographic Challenge

April 20, 2022

Dirk Van Vuren
Professor, Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology
Talk: Recovery of Santa Cruz Island after a century of overgrazing.

Alison Williams
Masters Student, Eadie Lab, Avian Sciences Graduate Group & Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: Shifts in Reproductive Phenology in Response to Climatic Variability in a Population of Common Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula) from Interior Alaska

May 11, 2022

Wayne Linklater
Professor and Department Chair, Department of Environmental Studies, Sacramento State University
Talk: Science and scientists in environmental conflicts, like the one over domestic cat depredation

Gabe Reyes
PhD Candidate, Graduate Group in Ecology
Talk: TBA

June 1, 2022

Douglas Kelt
Professor, Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology
Talk: Niche dynamics among two cryptic chipmunk species in the Sierra Nevada

Gine Tarbill
PhD Student, Sollmann Lab, Graduate Group in Ecology & Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: TBA

Conor Higgins
Masters Student, Post Lab, Graduate Group in Ecology & Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology
Talk: TBA